Probability logic in the twentieth century

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This essay describes a variety of contributions which relate to the connection of probability with logic. Some are grand attempts at providing a logical foundation for probability and inductive inference. Others are concerned with probabilistic inference or, more generally, with the transmittance of probability through the structure (logical syntax) of language. In this latter context probability is considered as a semantic notion playing the same role as does truth value in conventional logic. At the conclusion of the essay two fully elaborated semantically based constructions of probability logic are presented. © 1991 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

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Hailperin, T. (1991). Probability logic in the twentieth century. History and Philosophy of Logic, 12(1), 71–110. https://doi.org/10.1080/01445349108837177

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